Alaska Statutes.
Title 11. Criminal Law
Chapter 46. Offenses Against Property
Section 340. Defense: Emergency Use of Premises.
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AS 11.46.340. Defense: Emergency Use of Premises.

In a prosecution under AS 11.46.300 , 11.46.310, 11.46.320, or 11.46.330(a)(1), it is an affirmative defense that

(1) the entry, use, or occupancy of premises or use of personal property on the premises is for an emergency in the case of immediate and dire need; and

(2) as soon as reasonably practical after the entry, use, or occupancy, the person contacts the owner of the premises, the owner's agent or, if the owner is unknown, the nearest state or local police agency, and makes a report of the time of the entry, use, or occupancy and any damage to the premises or personal property, unless notice waiving necessity of the report is posted on the premises by the owner or the owner's agent.

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